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Arx Avari Cinematic
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Arx Avari Cinematic
AikSern, updated 2009-08-27 00:58:06 UTC 7,098 views  Rating:
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Passion Republic is glad to present one of our In-house project  "Arx Avari".

It is an Animated Action sequence designed to raise the bar of our skill and
production discipline, we have 13 team mates working on it on and off,it is a fun
and challenging process. We hope you guys will enjoy the clip! Critics and
comments are always welcome. Thanks!

Comments

  • silentium

    silentium said almost 8 years ago:

    Great cinematic.
  • AikSern

    AikSern said almost 8 years ago:

    Thanks for the compliment :)
  • palohman

    palohman said almost 8 years ago:

    wow!, very nice, too often animators lean towards animationg things too slow, which in turn gives everything a irritating floaty feeling, THIS however moves much more the speed things should - congrats
  • pezthegreendragon

    pezthegreendragon said almost 8 years ago:

    man that was amazing. I am just new to Maya and that\'s what i want to end up making!!
  • chaoticreality

    chaoticreality said almost 8 years ago:

    Just some observations.... The timing at start like camera coming near and focusing on the characters eyes look a bit off, the camera could use a bit of easing in its motions to give it more of a natural feel. The main character could use better skin shading and texturing. The creature could first have its mouth closed than stick out it tongue rather than doing it just when its introduced in the shot. At certain point the weight seems to be a bit off. Overall this is very cool! Job well done. :)
  • spyder_0284

    spyder_0284 said almost 8 years ago:

    Nice short feature. I love the stone statues. However the hero character could use a little bit more emphasize on the texturing and shading. Looks a bit too CG-ish not like flesh. But nice work! How long did the team take to complete it?
  • AikSern

    AikSern said almost 8 years ago:

    Wow . thanks everyone! for all the input, we will sure look into it and further improve in our next project :) we took about 3 months production time to complete Arx.

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